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Europe dampens Greek hopes of swift deal as clock ticks

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gives a speech at the annual conference of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises in Athens, on Monday, May 18, 2015. Tsipras said his radical left-led government has done all it can to seek an agreement with bailout creditors that will ease the country out of its current acute liquidity crunch - which he blamed on "tough negotiating tactics" by the country’s creditors. Earlier Monday, the government signaled it needs a deal with lenders by the end of the mon

 

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